IV NAD

Salt Lake City

IV NAD Salt Lake City

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Constitutional Hydrotherapy & IV NAD

Constitutional Hydrotherapy optimizes the benefits of NAD IV Therapy by helping to remove drug and chemical residues from within the lymphatic system.

There are three compartments of fluid in the body; our cells, the blood circulatory system and the lymph.

Lymph bathes all our cells.

Any excretion of waste from cells exits into the lymph fluid.

Lymph fluid is normally pumped up towards the chest and then flows into the blood stream.

As toxins flow from he lymph into the blood they are then metabolized and filtered by the liver and kidneys.

But what if a person’s lymph is like a swamp and does not freely carry these toxins into the blood?

Well, the person feels worse because some of these toxic residues will find their way back into cells.

This diminishes the full benefits of NAD.

So it is vital that we turn the lymphatic swamp into a river to help this route of detoxification.

Constitutional or Lymphatic Hydrotherapy is an old time Naturopathic therapy which uses alternating hot and cold compresses to the chest/abdomen and the back.  Sine wave which, causes a gentle contraction and relaxation of muscles along the spine, promotes the body’s lymphatic pump.

Over 30 years ago Haskell preceptored with Dr. Harold Dick, ND, who’s primary clinical therapy was Constitutional Hydrotherapy.

People from across the United States would come for 2-4 weeks of therapy, many with severe health conditions who left with their health in tact.

Constitutional Hydrotherapy & IV NAD

hydrotherapy nadConstitutional Hydrotherapy optimizes the benefits of NAD IV Therapy.

When toxins are excreted from cells during the NAD IV therapy they enter the lymphatic system.

Lymph fluid is normally pumped up towards the chest and then flows into the blood stream.

In the blood they are then metabolized and filtered by the liver and kidneys.

But what if a person’s lymph is like a swamp and does not freely transport these toxins into the blood?

Well, the person feels awful and likely some toxic residues will find their way back into cells.

This diminishes the full benefits of NAD.

So it is vital that we turn the lymphatic swamp into a river to help this route of detoxification.

Constitutional or Lymphatic Hydrotherapy is an old time Naturopathic therapy which uses alternating hot and cold compresses to the chest/abdomen and the back.  Sine wave which, causes a gentle contraction and relaxation of muscles along the spine, promotes the body’s lymphatic pump.

Over 30 years ago Haskell preceptored with Dr. Harold Dick, ND, who’s primary clinical therapy was Constitutional Hydrotherapy.

People from across the United States would come for 2-4 weeks of therapy, many with severe health conditions who left with their health in tact.

You can return to Saunas or Colon Hydrotherapy.

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Providing excellence in true healthcare for clients who acknowledge the benefits of a multi-disciplinary, holistic approach.

Our therapies and services support and respect the miraculous innate ability of the body and mind to heal.

Our principles recognize the historical input and knowledge of previous physicians who dedicated themselves to the art of medicine.

Clear Health Centers

3350 Highland Drive

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

(801) 875-9292

AdvancingCare@gmail.com

www.UANP.org

Dr. Alexander Haskell, ND
State License #6718543-7100
NPI #1619156114

Providing excellence in true healthcare for clients who acknowledge the benefits of a multi-disciplinary, holistic approach.

Our therapies and services support and respect the miraculous innate ability of the body and mind to heal.

Our principles recognize the historical input and knowledge of previous physicians who dedicated themselves to the art of medicine.

Clear Health Centers

3350 Highland Drive

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

(801) 875-9292

AdvancingCare@gmail.com

www.UANP.org

Dr. Alexander Haskell, ND
State License #6718543-7100
NPI #1619156114